KeyLogic Blog: Careers

Learn more about the advances and expertise our KeyLogic team brings to their respective fields.

  • Resume

    There is no such thing as the “Perfect Candidate”

    Dec 05, 2013
    If I had a dime for every time I heard “Find me the perfect candidate” or “I’m looking for the perfect candidate”, I’d be a rich man. When I got into recruiting 8 years ago, as a third party recruiter, I was taught from the very beginning that there is no such thing as the perfect candidate. It was hammered into my brain that you absolutely cannot make a candidate fit into a role/position.
  • Great Employee

    What It Takes to Be a Great Employee

    Oct 24, 2013
    As I'm flying to Charleston on Southwest, I'm reading an article by Southwest's chairman and he's talking about the three characteristics of his employees. A Warrior Spirit, a Servants Hand, and a FunLUVing attitude. It got me thinking about our country's work ethic and what new, young employees can do excel in the work place.
  • Climbing Stack of Paper

    Professional Development: The Importance of a Strong Resume

    Aug 29, 2013
    Throughout our careers we have all likely worked with or known someone who was a great colleague and respected peer and yet looked terrible “on paper”. Conversely, we probably all know someone or have interviewed someone who seems to have expertise in just about everything and yet after you speak with (or if you are less lucky- directly work with) the person you walk away shaking your head since in reality the person has very little actual knowledge or expertise that the resume claims.
  • Seal of Certification

    No Certification Too Small

    Aug 28, 2013
    “It is what it is.” That’s a phrase we’ve all heard. However, when it comes to professional certifications that is simply not true. In the case of professional certifications, “It is what you make of it.”
  • Super Intern

    Four Ways to Improve Your Corporate Internship Program

    Jul 10, 2013
    Internships are supposed to be mutually beneficial relationships between the intern and the company that employees them. In order for this to occur, the internship program must be progressive, changing and evolving each year. Improving on seemingly small things can make a big difference for your program and for your interns.
  • Recruiting

    How is Working for a Government Contractor Different than Working in Civil Service?

    Jun 27, 2013
    As government contractors we are a light, a fire – we stimulate our customer helping them to function at their best. Helping them use every tool and thought process to keep them moving forward. We want our customers to succeed!